How to Genuinely Enjoy Cold Calling

Five perspectives that will (honestly!) create enjoyment in your cold calling

Most of us dread our days of making cold calls. We take a deep breath, pump ourselves up, and prepare to talk with a perfect stranger. Is there any wonder a gray cloud sometimes hangs over our desk?

It really doesn’t have to be this way. Cold calling can be an interesting, intriguing, fulfilling adventure.

Here are five perspectives that will give you an entirely new outlook on cold calling. When you apply these new perspectives, cold calling can actually be enjoyable. It can become personally fulfilling as well as financially rewarding.


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About the Author

Ari Galper is the World’s #1 Trust-Based Sales Expert and the Creator of Unlock The Game®, a new sales mindset and approach that has revolutionized the world of selling. His profound discovery of shifting one’s mindset to a place of complete integrity, based on new words and phrases grounded in sincerity, has earned him distinction as the world’s leading authority on how to build trust in the world of selling. Ari has been featured in a multitude of leading sales and business books for his unique and special trust-based sales approach and interviewed on networks such as CNN Money and Sky News. To read Ari’s complete biography, click here.

2 replies
  1. Viv
    Viv says:

    I’ve personally used these strategies for getting new clients, and feel that have a better response rate than the usual cold calling techniques.

    Also, its always better to be honest and yourself to build a long term relation with your customers.

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